Mad Max Scores National Board of Review Win. Is an Oscar Nom Next?

"Mad Max: Fury Road" won the National Board of Review's Best Film award. And now the it could be a contender for an Oscar nomination.

Paris Hilton Is Trying to Break the Internet Too

Paris is keeping up with the Kardashian-Jenner family by flashing her booty.

PNC's ‘Twelve Days Of Christmas' Index Shows A Very Small Increase

PNC’s latest ‘Christmas Price Index’ shows the cost of buying all of the items mentioned in the beloved holiday tune “The 12 Days Of Christmas” is only slightly higher than it was last year.

Report: 76ers Rookie Jahlil Okafor to Be Accompanied by Security Guard

Philadelphia 76ers center Jahlil Okafor will be accompanied by a security guard whenever he goes out, according to a report from ESPN's Chris Broussard.

Tiger Woods at St. Andrews: Then and Now

Tiger Woods at St. Andrews: Then and Now

Spike Lee: 'We've failed our youth'

Director Spike Lee talks to CNN's Don Lemon about the inspiration for the movie "Chi-Raq" and violence in the U.S.

Khloé Kardashian Admits She's Had a One-Night Stand

Khloé Kardashian certainly has her hands full between spending time with her boyfriend, James Harden, and at her estranged husband Lamar Odom's bedside. But back in the day, Khloé was footloose and fancy free. The 31-year-old reality star confessed in a new video diary posted to her app that she has had a one-night stand, but she's not naming names. While chatting with her bestie Malika Haqq in Australia, Khloé revealed that she hooked up during a previous trip Down Under. "I met a guy who was performing at

Christmas Display in NYC Cancelled Due to Increased Homelessness

An annual Christmas display in the Bronx has been cancelled this year so $65,000 could be used to hire a private security guard to shoo away so-called "undesirables" from the area's popular restaurants.

Tom Holland Talks Spider-Man's Role In MCU

Spider-Man may not have made an appearance in the first Civil War trailer, but star Tom Holland has lots to say about our favorite webslinger.

iPad Pro After One Week: Can It Replace Your Laptop?

CNET Senior Editor Andrew Hoyle has been using Apple's gigantic tablet as his main computer for a week. Luke Westaway asks how it stacks up.

Shocking Photos of Stars as Domestic Violence Victims Goes Viral

Some of Hollywood’s biggest stars have been featured together for a very serious cause. Shocking images of Miley Cyrus, Kristin Stewart and more have gone viral against domestic violence.

Pixar Theory: Every Film Exists in the Same Universe as 'Die Hard'

On Theory Corner, Kyle offers his breakdown of how every Pixar film is intricately connected.

'Rugged Justice': Fish and Wildlife Officers Give Salmon to Family of Fishermen

Washington State Fish and Wildlife officers Ralph Downes and Kit Rosenberger give two seized Chinook salmon to a father and son out fishing.

Navy Unveils New Uniforms and Custom Helmets for Each Position

Navy will wear hand painted helmets and new uniforms for their rivalry game against Army.

How to Make Peas and Bacon Salad

Learn this easy peas and bacon recipe from the Food Mob!

How The Attack On Planned Parenthood Could Change Abortion Politics

For New York Magazine, Rebecca Traister asks "Can the Democrats ‘Win’ on Abortion?" She joins us to discuss whether this divisive issue is still a "winner" for democratic candidates in the 2016 election.

Holly Holm vs. a Grizzly Bear: Who Would Win in a Fight?

We sat down with the newly crowned UFC champion—the one who dethroned Ronda Rousey with her foot—and asked her to pick the winners of a few imaginary match ups. (Spoiler alert: She thinks she can take that grizzly.)

5 Best Performances from the 2015 AMAs

From brand new artists to full on music icons --- tonight’s AMA’s were FULL of performances and we’re counting down our top 5 favorites right here on Clevver’s Trophy Life!

Top 10 Shameless Mockbusters

Subtlety is apparently not in the vocabulary of some filmmakers. Join http://www.WatchMojo.com as we count down our picks for the Top 10 Shameless Mockbusters.

'Rambo: New Blood' TV Series in Development at Fox

'Rambo: New Blood,' a new television series based on Sylvester Stallone's iconic film franchise, is headed to Fox.

Why the U.S. Pays More for Drugs

Prescription drugs are cheaper in many other countries than in the United States. The Wall Street Journal was able to pinpoint international drug-cost differences and what lies behind them. Photo: xxxx

'Secret Space Escapes': "We Are Going to Die"

Only the second shuttle launch after the Challenger disaster, the Atlantis takes off on a secret military mission. After lift off, NASA informs the Atlantis of possible tile damage caused by debris at launch. The flight crew then sets about the task of visually verifying the suspicions of misison control.

'Racing Extinction': The Very Last Frogs

Meet some of the world's rarest amphibians, housed inside the frogPOD. Did you know that up to half of all frog species could be gone in the next 20 years?

Pimple Poppers Go Head to Head

Warning: The following video may gross you out! Dermatologist Sandra Lee, also known as Dr. Pimple Popper, faces off against Dr. John Gilmore, aka Big Poppa, to find out who performed the nastiest, juiciest extraction. Click here to see Dr. Gilmore’s full video.

You Probably Won't Get An Infection From A Hair Tie

The story of a woman's medical scare caused by a hair tie around her wrist has gone viral. But what are the chances it could happen to you?

Kim Kardashian Responds to "Fat Bitch" Comment

Find out how the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star responded to an internet troll calling her a "fat bitch." Take a look!

Dashcam Shows Deer Running Away After Direct Hit

A deer miraculously survives after being hit by a police car.

Hornets Center Al Jefferson (Calf) Out 2-3 Weeks

The Charlotte Hornets announced Monday that center Al Jefferson will miss 2-3 weeks with a strained calf. Jefferson suffered the injury in Sunday’s win over the Milwaukee Bucks.

Masters Memories: Alan Shipnuck on Seeing Tiger for the First Time

Sports Illustrated senior writer Alan Shipnuck remembers the first time he saw Tiger Woods play in person, during his historic victory at the 1997 Masters.